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Author Topic: Why - "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive D"  (Read 4076 times)

Wookiee

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Any reason I should be getting this error message when Starting Analogue Lab 2 and/or the ASC

"There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive D"

well surprise surprise like many PC owners drive D is my CD/DVD Drive and I tend not to have a disk in the drive.
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cygnusus

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I'm having the same problem. Has this ever been solved?
I did put a blank CD in the drive and stops the error from popping up, but I don't want to have to leave a disk in there all the time...... ???

Matt Arturia

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Hi,

Sorry for the delay. I've reported this issue to our DevTeam and we will do something to avoid this popup to appears.

Regards,

Matthieu

cjohns

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I am also having this annoying problem, it sometimes seems to interfere with the VSTi getting accessed in my DAW.

cjohns

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just want to keep this topic alive

cjohns

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hi everyone, it is causing my daw to crash on mixdown, because Arturia is looking for some "disk" in "drive D".
Frustrating.
updated all software, including the service center.

cjohns

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are these forums monitored by arturia?

 

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